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Northeastern University

Boston, MA


George J. Kostas Nanoscale Technology & Manufacturing Research Center


Project Features
  • 5,000 sf total
  • ISO 4, 6, & 7 cleanroom labs for optical lithography, nanolithography, thin film deposition, furnace processes, wet chemical processes, megasonic & ultrasonic cleaning, ICP plasma etching, ion milling & characterization
  • Non-clean lab space with hoods, device testing areas, and imaging lab
  • Collaborative project area
  • Completed in constrained area on busy, occupied college campus
  • Difficult access to lab, requiring careful coordination of deliveries

JM Coull constructed the Kostas Center to be Northeastern's primary facility for micro and nano-fabrication. The facility provides support and materials to students, faculty, researchers, co-op students, and external users, and has the capabilities of processing 3, 4, and 6 inch wafers. Applications range from nanoelectronics, nanodevices, sensors, energy storage, and nano electromechanical systems to exploration studies in fundamental science and engineering.
Delivery Method:
Construction Management at Risk

Architect:
Northeastern University Boston, MA